Yamaha YAS-101 Soundbar offers 7.1 channel surround sound

Yamaha Electronics rolls out a new sound solution for building your Home Theater system, the YAS-101 Sound Bar speaker system which features dual-driver speaker design along with 60-watt subwoofer in a stylish, slim, low-profile unit for $299.95.

This sleek, piano-black SoundBar features Yamaha’s exclusive Air Surround Xtreme technology to deliver high quality, and “an extremely realisti” 7.1-channel surround sound and supports Dolby Digital and DTS surround sound formats. The YAS-101 soundbar is equipped with two 2-1/2” cone speakers with a dual-driver (3” cones) subwoofer, all powered by a digital amp with a total output of 120W. It can be easily connected to any HDTV with a single digital cable and also offers two optical inputs, 1 coaxial input, as well as a subwoofer output (line out) for an optional external subwoofer.

Yamaha YAS-101 soundbarYamaha YAS-101 has integrated a very convenient features like UniVolume that eliminates the annoying and unsettling spike in volume during commercials when watching TV programming, and the ability that allows the soundbar to pass IR remote codes through to the TV, solving a problem that plagues other sound bars, as well as to learn the control codes of the other components of your home entertainment system.

Source: Yamaha

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